ART310 at PSM: Exhibit benefits Individible Arts

Victoria White, Stacy Titoni, and Taylor Titonia.

Photos by JP Cordero

Arts310, a coalition of South Bay professionals, raised $50,000 at its first exhibit since COVID. PSM Communications Arts hosted the art exhibit, and live and silent auction on October 21 at its 422 Pacific Coast Highway, Hermosa Beach office, home of the historic Jacobs Surf shop in the 1970s.

The exhibit featured local artists Bo Bridges, Brent Broza, Brian Kingston, Beth Bowen, Carol Reach, Fiona Dowdee, Holly Socrates, Jeff Lingle, John Hudson, Joanna Garel, Lauren Frick, Lee Tunila, Mazzy MacGregor, Paula Langstein, Rafael McMaster, Sabrina Armitage, Shephard Fairey, Tricia Strickfaden, Kathleen Keifer,  and Victoria White. 

Proceeds benefited Indivisible Arts (IA), in Hermosa Beach. IA has earmarked the proceeds for its Wisdom Tools program at DaVinci RISE high school, in El Segundo. The program helps students in foster care.

“Indivisible Arts has delivered a weekly program to our students for over a year, and the positive transformations I have witnessed are astounding,” said Naomi Lara, Principal of Da Vinci RISE.

For more about Indivisible Arts visit For more about 310ARTS and PSM visit ER


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